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by Kyle Mills

eBook Storming Heaven download ISBN: 034073423X
Author: Kyle Mills
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton (May 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 528
ePub: 1442 kb
Fb2: 1675 kb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: docx lrf txt lit
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

This was my first Kyle Mills book. Saw that he was taking over the late Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp series - wanted to see how he writes.

This was my first Kyle Mills book. I thought the book started a little slow, and the hero - Mark Beamon, an Everyman type of guy (definitely not a Mitch Rapp!)- seemed a bit dull.

Ships from and sold by Prominent Books. This was my first Kyle Mills book.

He looked around him at the rundown apartment complex that had become his new home, but didn’t see any movement. Other than the muffled sound of yet another pre-coitus spat coming from the apartment. next to his, the complex was silent. Fortunately, it was also pretty dark. Most of the bulbs in the parking area’s floodlights were burned out and none of the residents seemed interested in paying for the power necessary to keep their carriage lights on. Beamon pulled Jennifer’s limp body from the car and slung her over his shoulder.

Kyle Mills is the New York Times bestselling author of 18 thrillers . The first book I ever wrote and the first starring FBI agent Mark Beamon. Mark Beamon investigates a well-funded and politically connected cult that has kidnapped a young girl.

Kyle Mills is the New York Times bestselling author of 18 thrillers, including Red War, Fade, and The Ares Decision. He’s a little overweight and drinks too much but he always gets the job done. In this book, he’s tasked with stopping a radical group that is poisoning the US narcotics supply in an effort to kill off drug users. I was a fanatical rock climber for years and always wanted to write a book with a climber as a character-they’re such intriguing and unusual people.

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Punished for his maverick ways, FBI agent Mark Beamon has been exiled from Washington, . to a sleepy Southwest office where he's got one last chance to play by the rules. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Mark Beamon, the maverick FBI agent introduced in Mills' Rising Phoenix, begins investigating a bloody kidnapping-a teenage girl is missing, her parents brutally murdered-and finds himself the victim of a mysterious harassment.

Storming Heaven (Mark Beamon, by Kyle Mills. Mark Beamon, the maverick FBI agent introduced in Rising Phoenix, has been given one last chance by the Bureau. Darkness Falls (Mark Beamon, by Kyle Mills. From the author of the award-winning The Second Horseman comes an all-too-plausible eco-thriller, in which a new bacteria with a voracious appetite for oil threatens the worlds energy.

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Storming Heaven book. Kyle Mills does a great job projecting the possibility of a whacked out fanatic cult religion. Scary and potentially probable.

Punished for his maverick ways, FBI agent Mark Beamon has been exiled from Washington, D.C., to a sleepy Southwest office where he's got one last chance to play by the rules. But that's not going to happen, not when he's on a case that may be too hot even for his unorthodox talents to handle. A local millionaire and his wife are brutally murdered. Jennifer, their teenage child and sole heir, is the prime suspect - and she's gone missing. Laying everything on the line, Beamon sets off on a trail that takes him from a remote survivalist's cabin in the Utah mountains, through the labyrinthine headquarters of a cultlike church, into the shadowy, interlocking boardrooms of a powerful high-tech communications empire. Just when he thinks he's close to finding answers, Beamon discovers the killing of Jennifer's parents is far more sinister than even he could have guessed. Now he isn't just looking for a young girl - he's got to stop a bizarre conspiracy that could bring America to its knees ...
Comments: (7)
Goldenfang
Mr Mills is a wonderful author as well as a neurosurgeon. Have always been interested in NDE. Now that I am getting older and nearing the end of my life on this earth, I am even more interested. This is the first book of a NDE I have read that actually described being in the earth, seeing the worms, darkness, etc before seeing something pleasant, i.e.the pretty girl on the butterfly. I thought it would be his wife he recognized on the butterfly at the end but it was his birth sister, whom he had never met. Yes, I loved the book. I would recommend it to anyone and especially o anyone who is having doubts about where we go after death.
Togar
Very impressed with Kyle Mills. Although it took a bit to get this story warmed up, it was impossible to put down for the second half and I finished it at 2am, even knowing I had an early morning planned. I finished Vince Flynn's 13 books and found out then there would be no more, so sad. Then I learned that Kyle Mills would be stepping in to continue the Mitch Rapp series and I was skeptical that any author could pick up after another. I ordered Storming Heaven on my Kindle and was very happily rewarded with a terrific story, interesting characters with believable lives and even some serious flaws. I found myself admonishing our hero for hitting the bottle and sharing in his triumphs. This is a really good read, and I am back on Amazon looking for the next Kyle Mills book.
A note on the Kindle version, there are plenty of punctuation, spelling and other errors that did get frustrating after a while and more in the last half of the book, seems like the editor went on vacation after proofreading the first half and may have been drinking or dozing through the first half. Annoying, but not too hard to overlook. At least the technical bits were mostly spot on for accuracy except one part where someone heard a dial tone on a cell phone. Duh!
Coiriel
I’ve read a lot of Kyle Mills, he is one of my favorite authors. This novel did not disappoint. I suggest a person to read Rising Phoenix first to get a feel for the main character, the hero, if you will. The frightening focus of this book is that it does not seem far fetched given the human race increasingly bizarre fascination with different religions and concepts of God. The fact that we have religious organizations today who’s wealth matches or exceeds that of large world governments make this story plausible and even possible. As a suspense thriller it is tough to put down as the story twists and turns. The reader can’t help but wonder what the next chapter will reveal.
Doukree
I would have given this book five stars, because it is a very good read. The plot has many twists and turns with a "never say quit" protagonist.

The book's only flaw is a copious amount grammatical errors, misspelled words, and a plethora of capitalization errors. Mr. Mills, I hope you now have a better editor. Great story!
Bliss
This was my first Kyle Mills book. Saw that he was taking over the late Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp series - wanted to see how he writes.

I thought the book started a little slow, and the hero - Mark Beamon, an Everyman type of guy (definitely not a Mitch Rapp!)- seemed a bit dull. However, by the time I got about a quarter of the way into the book, I couldn't put it down. I really found myself identifying with the main character (the mark of a good story). A devious villain, suspenseful action. A great, fun read.

To punctuate how much I liked it, I am currently into my third Kyle Mills / Mark Beamon book.

One thing I noted: there seems to be an abundance of typos in the e-book. Much more than I typically see. Don't know if this is from the translation to e-book or bad proofing.
Morlunn
The main character, Mark Beamon, continues to solve difficult cases for the FBI , simultaneously irritating his bosses. The factor of a new mega church provides an unusual background. The author did create this church after studying many real ones. Even church leaders can be fooled by delusional members trying to gain controlling for himselves while pretending to serve their leader and God.

Amazing the number of turns, twists and alternatives incorporated to keep the reader guessing. Get this book and enjoy reading!